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Dedication ceremony
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A dedication ceremony will be held at the city’s biosolids process facility on Cope Street at 3 p.m. today, June 4. It will be named after former aldermen William “Bill” Lively Jr. and Glen Moore Jr.
McMinnville officials voted the facility to be named the “City of McMinnville Lively-Moore Biosolids Process Facility.”
According to Mayor Jimmy Haley, “These two gentlemen have served this city extremely well in the past. They gave many years of committed service as public servants. They served as aldermen and on several committees within the city.”
A resolution signed by Haley states, “During their many years of service on the city of McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen they worked to promote the need for the construction of the Biosolids Process Facility to keep the city of McMinnville Wastewater Treatment Plant ahead of changing Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation and Federal Environmental Protection Agency guidelines.”
The public is invited to attend the dedication ceremony.